13 series that you should see now that Game of Thrones ended


The last season of Game of Thrones it became so popular that most people just waited for the weekend to come to enjoy the plot of the series, but when the outcome came, more than one was left in shock and in crisis because he did not know with what other series continue.

But beyond GOT There is a world full of series, in fact, HBO has been broadcasting some frames that are also very good, entertaining and even funny. In addition to everything, you can still take advantage to enjoy them because the seasons have not ended.

1. Veep

It tells the story of Selina Meyer, a vice president and her team that are trapped in the misfortunes that they have to overcome in American politics.

2. The Leftovers

It takes place three years after a catastrophic global event caused 2 percent of the world's population to disappear without explanation and without leaving any trace. The story centers on the New York police chief, his family and all the adversities they have to face together.

3. Getting On

The nurses of a geriatric hospital fight against the diseases that the adults suffer, but they do it in a very particular way and using a little black humor that at the same time is compassionate.

4. The story of the maid

Narration of science fiction that takes place in a dystopian future, in which he tells how the United States society treats women, who are sexually enslaved in order to repopulate the planet.

5. The Deuce

Set in the early 70's and until the mid-80s, it is a story full of mafia, pimps, prostitutes and all kinds of characters who were involved in the rise of adult cinema.

6. Girls

He talks about a group of twenty-year-old girls who have just finished their studies. Hannah, the protagonist, hopes to become a successful writer, the problem? Her parents have withdrawn all their support, for this reason her friends will become her support. The story has been considered a less frivolous and more realistic version of the series Sex and the City.

7. Angels in America

It is based on the homonymous theatrical work and narrates different stories that have to do with homophobia and the AIDS crisis that occurred in the 80s.

8. Westworld

It is the adaptation of a 1973 film centered on an amusement park that gives visitors the opportunity to get a trip to the Old West so they can enjoy a different life, but full of violence, sex and sins. Artificial intelligence is a fundamental part of history, because there are robots that are one step away from being considered human.

9. Open wounds

It stars Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson, and is an adaptation of the homonymous novel by Gillian Flynn. The story tells how reporter Camile Pareaker returns to her hometown to cover the murder of two teenagers. As you advance your research you will discover that you have things in common with young people and you will also find your past again.

10. Big Little Liars

The miniseries has seven chapters full of intense drama and mystery. Starring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley, the story tells how the lives of three seemingly perfect mothers are altered by murder.

11. Killing Eve

Eve Polastri is the official in charge of searching for the dangerous psychopathic killer Villanelle. As the story progresses, women become so obsessed with each other that they may well represent the game of cat and mouse, in which one doubts who the hunter is and who preys on it.

12. What we do in the shadows

The comedy has 10 episodes that relate the lives of three roommates who are a little different from the rest. They are actually vampires trying to lead a normal life in New York. The series tries to transport humor to the strangest and most daily situations that the three friends live; as a result you get a comedy full of black humor, surrealism and fun.

13. Better Things

Currently it is one of the series that most defend, support and project feminism, as it tells the story of an actress who has to raise their daughters while dealing with the pressures of work in Hollywood and the criticism of being a single mother.

Game of Thrones: The Last Watch | Official Documentary Trailer | HBO (April 2021)